Chief Patterns of World Drama: Aeschylus to Anderson, with Introductions on the History of the Drama and the Stage
William Smith Clark, Robert Morss Lovett
Houghton Mifflin, 1946 - Drama - 1152 pages
This book reproduces the last ten plays, and the page numbering, from the larger book Chief patterns of world drama : Aeschylus to Anderson. These ten plays premiered between the 1890's and the 1930's.
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